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Ernie Tykarski, of Florida Park Drive, has been recognized as the June Selection of the Month by The Garden Club at Palm Coast.
Tykarski moved to Palm Coast in 2004 from Danbury, Conn. He has enhanced the curb appeal of the front yard by adding bougainvillea pots on either side of the garage door and planting colorful perennials and annuals in the front.
The bed at the front entrance contains a double-trunked pygmy date palm, bottle brush, red hibiscus, Shilling hollies, variegated flax lily, bulbine, Mexican heather, begonias, alstroemeria, red baby sunrose, yellow daisies and purple salvia. Adding to the colorful selection of plants are purple petunias and pink penstemons around the lamppost.
The white picket fence at the front porch and in the corners of the yard planted with red knockout roses draw one’s eye to this landscaped yard.
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18 VFW Show and Dance
18 Spring Musical
18 The Lion in Winter
19 Flagler Fine Arts Festival
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friends of A1A produce videos to promote cycling and safety along the coastal byway
The Friends of A1A has produced six new videos designed to attract more cycling visitors to the 72-mile Scenic & Historic A1A Coastal Byway that travels through St. Johns and Flagler counties. Also, AAUW awards scholarships and loggerheads have arrived.
Palm Coast offers summer recreation, tennis, golf camps for children, teens
The city of Palm Coast is planning a summer of fun and recreation for children and teens through its summer camp at Parks & Recreation, as well as summer golf and tennis camps.
Dunk tank at Arbor Day event to raise funds to end polio
The Flagler-Palm Coast High School Interact Club is hosting a celebrity dunk tank to raise awareness and donations to end polio worldwide during Palm Coast's Arbor Day event 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 18, at Central Park in Town Center.